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CONSOL

CONSOL
A consol layout on chart.
A low-to-medium frequency, continuous wave, simple and reliable, long-range radio aid to navigation, whose emissions, by means of their radio frequency modulation characteristics, enable bearings or position lines to be determined. It is used principally for transoceanic navigation. The only airborne receiver required operates in the frequency band of 200 to 400 kHz. The information is given in the form of position lines. A Consol station consists of three aerials located in a straight line radiating dashes and dots. These signals are heard as either dashes or dots or as a continuous tone. This pattern is overprinted over special charts. This navigation system is now extinct. Also known as Sonne.
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He stated "We are excited for our clients, Eric Sonne and Ben Tribble, on the sale of Chris's Custom Cabinets.
In 1999, the work was further expanded to cover histopathology, brain biomarkers, and skull and bacula morphometries and composition (Letcher et al., 2010; Sonne, 2010; Sonne et al., 2012).
"In this quarter, we have surveyed market participants about a wide variety of data points, including the usual cap rate, yield rate and growth rates," said Sonne.
She enjoys a flirtation with Sonne and he accompanies her to the cafe, where Victoria agrees to make him a mug of hot chocolate before they go their separate ways.
She enjoys a flirtation with Sonne and he accompanies her to the cafe, where Victoria agrees to make him a mug of | Laia Costa as Victoria hot chocolate before they go their separate ways.
Victoria and Sonne continue their chat outside the club, giving her and the audience a chance to get a sense of his three pals -- Boxer (Franz Rogowski), Blinker (Burak Yigit) and Fu?
With the launch of 'Bio Sonne' peas, corn, and peas & carrots, the first carton packs in the new volume are now on sale: The carton packs are filled by German food manufacturer Jutro, Dominik Haug.
Critical writing about Sonne has, emphasized the dual construction/ destruction register that the New York-based Danish artist implements throughout his work.
For his painting series, "Borderline (New Territory)," Sonne used a paint roller to create smooth, monochrome canvases.
The Telegraph reported the story, first published in Germany's Bild, of how the photographer, knowing full well that the child pictured was Jewish, entered the photograph into the contest "to make the Nazis ridiculous." The joke was certainly on somebody, because when the photo appeared on the cover of the Nazi magazine Sonne ins Hauseand on postcards and other widely distributed forms of Nazi propagandathe family panicked, worried that the Nazis would discover the identity of the child, and learn she was Jewish.
He began his career in Germany with Sporthotel Allgau Sonne, and later moved to Hyatt Regency Cologne.